CMHA Registration fee changes for 2020/2021 Season, News, U16 & U18 - Bubble B (Clarington Minor Hockey Association)

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Submitted By admin on Monday, February 3, 2020
PLAN YOUR FINANCES FOR THE UPCOMING CHANGES!

The CMHA has implemented a new payment structure for the upcoming season.   Registration fees will now be directly paid online to the CMHA after the athlete has successfully made a CMHA Team. The registration cost will no longer be grouped together with the team fees at team level. The online payment now gives families access to use credit card. The registration fee is estimated to be $2000 for the 2020/21 Season.

U12 - U16 (Minor Peewee - Minor Midget)
Payment Schedule Options

Full payment due by May 31, 2020 

Or 

50% May 31, 2020 and remaining 50% due by August 15, 2020

Full payment is to be received no later than August 15, 2020

Athletes will not be able to participate at the start of season without full payment made by deadline

U9, U10, U11, & U18
(Novice, Minor Atom, Atom, and Midget)

Registration payment will be due in full at time of athlete successfully making a CMHA team.

This will be a September/October Timeline due to the tryouts beginning in September. 

There is no payment plan option available as season starts after tryouts are completed.


Please remember team fees will be required during this time as well.  A payment plan will be set by the coach and provided at tryouts for details. These fees will be directly paid at the team level.

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